Tag Archives: American/General

Dry Powder

by Sarah Burgess

“Frighteningly funny . . . [a] timely play.” —Marilyn Stasio, Variety

100 Selected Poems

by e.e. cummings

“No one else has ever made avant-garde, experimental poems so attractive both to the general and the special reader; since the early twenties, cummings…


by Amiri Baraka

The definitive selection of Amiri Baraka’s dynamic poetry—comprising more than five decades of groundbreaking, controversial work—with new, previously unpublished, and uncollected poems.

Roots in a Parched Ground, Convicts, Lily Dale, The Widow Claire

by Horton Foote

The beginning of Horton Foote’s classic nine-play Orphans’ Home Cycle that follows one family at the turn of the 20th Century to the beginning…

Reunion & Dark Pony

by David Mamet

“Reunion is a poem for two voices–and a distinguished and remarkable one.” –Edith Oliver, The New Yorker

The Revisionist

by Jesse Eisenberg

The second play by award-winning actor and emerging playwright Jesse Eisenberg.


by Terry McDonell

Wyoming (The Lost Poems) introduces a sharp new voice that rings true in image and narrative, from the boomtowns of Wyoming to the after-hours…

The Woods, Lakeboat, Edmond

by David Mamet

“[Mamet’s] language has never been so precise, pure, and affecting.”–Richard Eder, The New York Times

With a Moon in Transit

by Jacqueline Osherow

“Marked by an inimitable anecdotal expansiveness and uncompromising control, Jacqueline Osherow’s poems are among the most ambitious being written. Here is a poet who…

The Whole Five Feet

by Christopher Beha

“Disarming . . . Unpretentious . . . The Whole Five Feet reads like a charming college syllabus, written by a warm-hearted professor, who…